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Publication Year: 2013
The goal of this webinar is to inform the audience of research conducted at the Census Bureau on adapting its federal surveys to measure health insurance post-reform, including participation and subsidization through the new marketplaces/exchanges created through the Affordable Care Act.  Several other surveys within the federal statistical system are planning to adopt the same basic approach. Learn about the study results, which can provide guidance for adapting your own state surveys, and learn how your surveys may compare with other federal surveys.   
 

 

Publication Year: 2013

As states plan for and implement the Affordable Care Act (ACA), estimates of the state and local geographic distribution of the ACA coverage expansion populations and the healthcare workforce are necessary for identifying areas where the size of the insurance expansion population, relative to the supply of health care professionals, indicates the potential for access-to-care problems.

 

Publication Year: 2013

State Medicaid programs are preparing to absorb a projected 16 million new enrollees in 2014, most of whom are low-income childless adults about whose health care needs relatively little is known.  Without information on prior medical history for the expansion population, states are unable to design and implement innovative and effective benefit design targeting this group...

Publication Year: 2013

On this webinar, Dr. Joel C. Cantor, Director of the Center for State Health Policy and Professor of Public Policy at Rutgers University, discusses findings from his SHARE-funded research evaluating state and federal young adult dependent coverage expansion policies using the Current Population Survey (CPS).

Publication Year: 2012

On this webinar Dr. Lara Shore-Sheppard, Professor of Economics at Williams College, discusses the income dynamics among health reform expansion populations moving into, out of, and between coverage eligibility categories defined by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).